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The Disappearances (2000)

by Gemma Malley(Favorite Author)
3.74 of 5 Votes: 3
The Killables
review 1: Wow. This installment was even better than the first. We got a lot of progress with Evie and Lucas as well us understanding Linus a bit more. Our main characters definitely developed alot more with the exception of one...and yes I am speaking of you Raffi. The plot also got a bit more complex where we discovered that there is whole lot more to the system and the nemesis of our characters-Thomas. He has created an entire world which our characters have not even began to contemplate and which we find out a lot more about in the next book: The System. I loved this book and can't wait to see how the series ends!
review 2: The second book in a series is quite often an easier read than book one, because you know the characters and their situation. On the other hand,
... more if you read a lot, or it was a long time since you read book one, you can spend time trying to recall how a certain character fitted into the scheme of things. With this book I fell into the second category, but that's is not to say that didn't enjoy the plot as it unfolded. I found I enjoyed Gemma Malley's thoughts expressed through Benjamin (page 341) about leadership, fathers, and the different interpretations of a God in the Old and New Testament of the bible, just as much as the plot. Reality on the ground versus the power of television was also an interesting idea. less
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It took me forever to get through this. I'm not sure if I'll pick up the last book in the trilogy.
When the confusing and enigmatic pieces were finally connected, DAMN the story is mindblowing.
Got dull and long winded by the end. Team Lucas though 5EVA. (2.5 Stars I think?)
It vwas amaziing!
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